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Disidentifications: Queers of Color and the Performance of Politics (Anglais) Broché – 1 mai 1999


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HASH(0x8b32a468) étoiles sur 5 Certain to Become a Seminal Influence 16 septembre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a crucial book. It was written by a gay Cuban man who teaches in New York City though he grew up on the suburban lawns that grow on the drained swamp lands of South Florida. The book is all about how artists of color build subjectivities from the suffocating madness of neo-coloniality. We pick up the pieces of a system opposed to us, and we restage it, we push it into having new meanings, and in so doing we disarm, just a little bit, the weight of the world upon us. Muñoz's writings have always been full of beautiful stories. Vaginal Creme Davis, the half-African-American-half-Mexican drag performer who fronts a punk band where she pretends to be a white supremacist militia member because she thinks their look is "really hot". Or Muñoz himself, signing along as a teenager to the racist lyrics of an old X song because he needed their implicit critique of the suffocating conformity of Hialeah's cultural and sexual conservatism.
What Muñoz elegantly lays out for us is a strategy for intervening in the public sphere that resists both the deadly paralysis of identification (assimilation with the status quo), or an imagined counter-identification which inevitably only succeeds in reifying the very bifurcating dialectic it seeks to overthrow. What interests Muñoz is what he calls "disidentification", a third way which I can best describe as such: Caliban's strategy of learning the master's language so he may curse him with it, but staged for the Millennium, so that we learn to curse (or desire) with irreverence, humor, rhythm, and while wearing stilettos. Practice theory without this book at your own peril. It is certain to become a seminal influence.
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HASH(0x8d32fd8c) étoiles sur 5 love this book and its author! 22 mai 2005
Par Jeffery Mingo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
For those of us who have been starving since finishing Mercer's 'Welcome to the Jungle' or Fusco's 'English Is Broken Here', this is an excellent book to add to your reading list. Through complex theory and deep analysis, Munoz effectively articulates what many of us know but have difficulty proving to others: lesbian and gay artists of color are producing some of the nation's and the world's most revolutionary and counterhegemonic work. I am especially impressed that he examines work by Black, Latino, and Asian gays. This is a much-needed book for anyone who would like to see people of color come together in coalition. You will be impressed with Munoz's creation. This is not Hemphill's 'Brother to Brother' or Moraga's 'This Bridge Called My Back.' Some readers will be put off by the semiotic language Munoz uses. However, for those who can get through it, you will enjoy this book.
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HASH(0x8af4bf48) étoiles sur 5 Serious about queer theory? Read this! 11 avril 2013
Par AlexNoob - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Whether you're a gender studies student or just interested in learning more about queer theory, I really recommend Disidentifications. To get the most of out Munoz' text, I suggest reading about Julie Kristeva's concepts of abjection. This will help you better understand the concept of disidentification, which can be initially very confusing and elusive within the beginning pages of the book. If you're stuck looking for a clear definition in the book's introduction, don't feel frustrated! Keep reading, as I think Munoz deliberately avoids laying out his concept in broad daylight.

The book is a welcomed relief from dense and confusing theory alla Eve Kosofky Sedgewick, Michel Foucault and Gayle Rubin. Munoz writes clearly and not in the confusing manner that some academics use. This doesn't mean his ideas are simple - they are anything but!

Sometimes it's easy to be frustrated with queer theory texts because they don't always provide solutions for the problems they talk about. However, this book has lots of potential for real-life application in the queer community. Most optimistically, disidentification can save lives and be an agent of cultural change. Speaking from an American perspective, our culture is becoming more accepting, but there are some places or environments that are still very hostile towards queer bodies and people. Drawing from intersectionality, cross-identification and abjection, Munoz outlines disidentifications as a political and survival especially useful for queers of color, or queers with multiple minoritized identities (i.e. poor and trans and gay).

Finally, people dissatisfied with the mainstream LGBTQ movement and its assimilation-like tactics may also find this book useful and/or relevant. Give the book a chance, and even if you think Munoz writes some of the introduction with questionable intentions, you will find something useful or at the very least interesting within Disidentifications. Like other reviewers, I think Disidentifications will eventually become a cornerstone of queer theory canon. Read this!
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HASH(0x8af46ab0) étoiles sur 5 Loose but interesting 18 juillet 2013
Par T.S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The idea I have taken from this book that I still use is the way we can misread people (and other things) purposefully: how Bette David can be treated by Black women *as* a Black woman. I don't think Muñoz's developments hold together but there's plenty of interesting stuff to make this worthwhile.
HASH(0x8b3076b4) étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 17 août 2014
Par Beatrise F. Mason - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Thank You.
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